Jul 28, 2017
Apple to discontinue iPod nano and shuffle
Apple has announced plans to kill off the iPod nano and shuffle. They were the company's last two music players without the ability to run streaming service Apple Music and hadn't been upgraded for ages. The move is part what's been described as a "Simplification" of the iPod range to leave just the Touch model. Arriving in the same year, the Nano was a replacement for the iPod Mini and kept the screen. Apple stopped making the original model in 2014, saying it could no longer source the necessary parts.
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